Pleasure: How Our Brains Make Junk Food, Exercise, Marijuana, Generosity, and Gambling Feel So Good

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Award-winning neuroscientist David Linden shows how pleasure affects us at the most fundamental level, in our brains, and why ecstatic activities can easily become addictive.

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Award-winning neuroscientist David Linden shows how pleasure affects us at the most fundamental level, in our brains, and why ecstatic activities can easily become addictive. On this trip into cutting-edge science, he explores why nicotine and heroine are addictive while LSD is not; why the search for a safe appetitie suppressant has failed; if sex can be addicitve; and if we might someday control the part of the brain that makes us addicted in the first place.

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